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  • 39th Civil Engineer Squadron

    The 39th CES plans, constructs, operates and maintains $2.6 billion in real property spanning 3,323 acres, 771 facilities, 850 housing units and five geographically separated units. The squadron also prepares wing personnel to survive nuclear, biological, chemical and conventional attacks, major accidents and natural disasters. Lastly, they provide
  • 39th Communications Squadron

    The 39th CS is responsible for critical command and control systems on base. The squadron maintains air traffic control systems, weapons storage area security systems, and secure and non-secure networks for more than 3,500 users. The unit's support includes base telephone service, computers, handheld radios, cable television and communications
  • 39th Comptroller Squadron

    MissionEnabling nuclear surety and forward air operations capabilities through first class financial customer service and on-demand decision analytics.VisionUSAFE-AFAFRICA’s most innovative and combat-ready comptroller professionals.39 Comptroller SquadronThe 39th Comptroller Squadron develops, manages and oversees all base-level accounting,
  • 39th Contracting Squadron

    The 39th Contracting Squadron provides acquisition management for a $1 billion portfolio of mission-essential and quality-of-life services - sustaining Incirlick Air Base infrastructure and 2,900 U.S. military, civilian and contractor personnel and units across Turkey. The squadron provides contract-management leadership, sound business strategies
  • 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron

    In 2008, 2005, and 2002 the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron was recognized as the United States Air Force Logistics Readiness Squadron of the Year (non-flying) category. In addition, the 39th Logistics Readiness Squadron was selected as United States Air Forces in Europe's Logistics Readiness Squadron of the Year (non-flying) category in 2010,
  • 39th Maintenance Squadron

    The 39th Maintenance Squadron supports the 39th Air Base Wing, U.S., NATO and U.S. European Command Southern Region with intermediate-level aircraft maintenance, conventional munitions and war reserve material in support of Overseas Contingency Operations.The 39th MXS provides munitions for weapons training deployments, ensures compliance with
  • 39th Medical Group

    Click here for MHS Notice of Privacy PracticesTo visit the Air Force Medical Service, 39th MDG page, click  https://www.airforcemedicine.af.mil/MTF/Incirlik/.The 39th MDG maximizes the health of the 39th Air Base Wing supporting multiple missions to ensure wartime readiness. Clinic InformationClinic Hours - 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday
  • 39th Mission Support Group

    The 39th MSG provides combat support, including security, law enforcement, fire, disaster response, explosive ordnance disposal, CBRNE training and response, communications, family support, housing, provisions, facility engineers, environmental services, personnel management, fuel, transportation, logistics readiness and recreation to assigned
  • 39th Operations Support Squadron

    The 39 Operations Support Squadron leads world-class airfield & support operations to orchestrate and control US, Turkish, and coalition forces operating at Incirlik Airbase in the execution of full-spectrum airpower and nuclear deterrent operations.Our vision is to be USAFE’s premier power projection platform and the wing’s agile fulcrum between
  • 39th Security Forces Squadron

    The mission of the 39th SFS is to provide cutting edge force protection for Incirlik and its geographically separated units in Turkey, security for tanker and airlift operations supporting Operation Enduring Freedom, law enforcement services for Incirlik and support for numerous contingency operations in Europe and Asia.

Incirlik History

The U.S. Engineering Group began construction of the base located approximately 250 miles southeast of Ankara, Turkey, in the spring of 1951. The U.S. Air Force initially planned to use the base as an emergency staging and recovery site for medium and heavy bombers. The Turkish General Staff and the U.S. Air Force signed a joint use agreement for the new base in December 1954. Fact Sheet


Turks are very proud of their history and the founder of their country, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. They show a great respect to Ataturk's name, pictures and statues. Do not act disrespectfully to Ataturk's name, pictures or statues, including Turkish money, which has Ataturk's picture on it.

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